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By September 15, 2015 One Comment

Globe training in Bristol

Shakespeare’s Globe will collaborate with Clifton College in Bristol to create a training program for teachers across the west of England and south Wales.

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Macbeth at Clifton College

Over five day-long courses, participants will explore various topics. Teachers will be able to examine fathers and daughters, leadership, tragedies, and villains in Shakespeare’s works. The collaboration, led by the Globe’s education team, will be aimed at English Literature instructors.

Clifton College was “one of the first Boarding Schools in the country to have its own purpose-built theatre.” The Redgrave Theatre hosts more than forty productions each year. Courses will be offered at Clifton across five weekends throughout the forthcoming months. First up, with an application deadline in October, will be training geared toward new teachers.

For more, visit the Shakespeare’s Globe webpage with details on course applications.

Author Claire

Claire Kimball earned her Master of Letters degree in Shakespeare and Performance from Mary Baldwin College. She has served as a dramaturg for the American Shakespeare Center and Brave Spirits Theatre. Claire has presented her research to the Shakespeare Association of America, the Blackfriars Conference, the Southeastern Renaissance Conference, and the Comparative Drama Conference. Her essay on developing a rehearsal technique for early modern drama appeared in Renaissance Papers 2008.

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